A modular application platform for building enterprise web apps on Kubernetes

Compatible with TKG

TAS と互換性あり
Can be consumed by apps on TAS

TKG と互換性あり
Can run on or be consumed by apps on TKG

TKGI と互換性あり
Can run on or be consumed by apps on TKGI

Entando makes it easy to build applications on VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid using modular components. We integrate trusted open-source technologies and extend their functionality to give you a cohesive and streamlined developer experience with easy-to-use patterns.

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Accelerate Reaction Time for Updates

By allowing you to create fully modular applications, Entando helps you accelerate development and simplify time to production.

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Lower Runtime Costs

Scaling a monolith means replicating the entire application, but with Entando, only scale the containers that need more horsepower.

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Streamline Security and Reliability

Streamline the complexity of modularity and increase app security and reliability, since a broken microservice does not break the app.


Entando is an open-source software company providing a modular application platform for building modern applications on Kubernetes. Focused on helping companies fully modularize their applications, and to align frontend and backend code updates, Entando helps simplify application lifecycle management by automating and accelerating responsiveness to security vulnerabilities, bug fix demands, and requests for enhancements.


“Entando gives enterprises the ability to create full stack, modular, modern applications for Kubernetes using the best tools and technologies available. Paired with VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid, Entando gives customers the power to create modular, Kubernetes-native applications quickly, securely, and without getting stuck in the challenges of Kubernetes infrastructure.”

Joe White, CTO, Entando


Entando and the Entando Operator automatically deploy microservices and micro frontends on VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid. To deploy your Entando app on TKG:

  1. Deploy Entando Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs)
  2. Deploy the Entando Operator using the ent command line interface
  3. Build microservices and micro frontends using the Entando Component Generator
  4. Package and deploy your business solutions as Entando bundles


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